Love is in the air as February 14th nears. If you’re looking for a romantic Valentine’s get-away, come enjoy beautiful Myrtle Beach. Whether you are looking to spend the weekend, or you’re already a local, there are plenty of heartfelt ideas for you and your loved one.
Something unique that our beach-side oasis offers, is the ability to head out onto the water. Nothing says “I love you” like a cruise through the waves and with the gorgeous winter weather we’ve been seeing, there’s no better time. Enchanted Sailing Charters is one of Myrtle Beach’s hidden treasures. Offering tours every day, you are able to choose from their mid-day cruise options or enjoy the sunset cruise after five p.m. Online booking makes this super easy to set up, but this mini-vacation will show you really care. Get cozy with your Valentine and enjoy the ride. Click here
to view their website.
If you want to spend time with your loved one on land, experience a day at Brookgreen Gardens
. You can’t help but fall in love while strolling through the beautiful gardens or walking hand-in-hand under canopies of historic oak trees. With tons of spots for cute candids, you’ll have picturesque memories to cherish and share.
If wining and dining is your thing, there are some pretty amazing local and luxurious restaurants. Looking for something with character? Head to historic downtown Conway for a meal at Rivertown Bistro. Take a walk by the river or shop around beforehand and enjoy the antiqued atmosphere. You can also try out La Belle Amie
Vineyard in Little River. With daily specials and live music, they always have something fun going on. Head into their tasting room and try something new or kick back with your favorite glass of wine. Once you’re clinking glasses with your special person, you’ll feel right at home. You can even buy a bottle to take home or stop in the gift store for something to remember your special trip.
Come spend a beautiful and romantic weekend on the Myrtle Beach coast this Valentine’s Day, for a holiday you won’t forget!
– By Olivia Dimatteo, blog contributor for Garden City Realty